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Steam introduces something PC fans haven’t seen for decades: the ability to share games

Starting next week, Valve's Steam Family Sharing service will allow you to share most of your library with family or close friend. Up to 10 devices can be shared, but only one user at a time.
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‘LEGO Marvel Super Heroes’ preview: Galactus is coming, everybody look busy

TT Games and Warner Interactive offers us a look at the upcoming LEGO Marvel Super Heroes from TT Games. While it appears to play like every other LEGO game you've ever encountered, the level of fan service going on is sure to win over…
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Is the Madden franchise broken? Maybe, but we can fix it

'Madden 25' sold 1 million copies in its first week. That number is lower than last year, but shows there is still a huge audience for the game, even if development is stagnating. We look at a few ways to fix the franchise.
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Rhode Island loan to Curt Schilling’s 38 Studios is now under investigation by the SEC

The deal between Curt Schilling’s 38 Studios and the state of Rhode Island which produced ‘The Kingdoms of Amalur: reckoning’ before leading to bankruptcy, is now being investigated by the SEC.
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‘Battlefield 4’ producer takes over VR dogfighter, ‘EVE: Valkyrie’

Owen O'Brien, a former executive producer at DICE on Battlefield 3, Battlefield 4, and Mirror's Edge, joins CCP Games' Newcastle, UK-based studio to head up development on the company's virtual reality space dogfighting sim, EVE: Valkyrie.
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‘Incognita’ is like Xcom for James Bond wannabes, and $17 buys you in early

Klei Entertainment kicks off pre-orders for its turn-based tactical espionage game, Incognita. An early buy nets you two copies of the 2014 release as well as early access to the game's alpha (and subsequent updates), starting now.
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‘Infinity Blade III’ to conclude the trilogy and push mobile graphics even further on Sept. 18

Char Entertainment confirms that Infinity Blade III launches on September 18, 2013, concluding the trilogy games with new gameplay, multiple worlds to visit and explore, and, for the first time in an iOS game, 64-bit graphics.
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Game sales in the US show biggest growth in over two years

Sales of video games in August in the U.S. rose 21-percent from the same time last. It marks the first double digit growth since April of 2011, and further helps the prediction that 2013 is going to be a very good one for gaming.
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‘Call of Duty: Ghosts’ goes to space, drops campaign hints

Activision and Infinity Ward have released a new trailer for the upcoming 'Call of Duty: Ghosts,' highlighting the single player campaign that includes a quick trip to space.
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Quarterbacks Kaepernick and Russell each risk an eyebrow, thanks to Madden

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, make a bet on their upcoming real life game while playing 'Madden 25.'
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BioWare has a new boss

Electronic Arts appoints BioWare Austin general manager Matthew Bromberg as the new head of the BioWare label, a position that's been vacant since studio founders Greg Zeschuk and Ray Muzyka retired in 2012.
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Activision Blizzard hires major lobby firm to prepare for video game legislation

Activision Blizzard has hired a major DC lobbying firm to advocate on behalf of the video game industry in light of a bill calling for research into violent video games.